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ToddB64, age and tiredness maybe? Or a simple typo.

October 29, 2020 09:23AM avatar
i have corrected the blooper and perhaps didn't proof-read that post.

UtahRich was correct, it was simply a 'typo' on my part and my finger was supposed to hit the other key for it to be GB. Sorry for the goof.

In this detector discussion business a lot of letter-lingo can get confusing at times. For example, quite a few letter combinations were used to refer to Ground Balance, such as: GA for Ground Adjust, GB for Ground Balance, GC for Ground Cancel, GEB for Ground Exclusion Balance, GNC for Ground Neutralizing Circuitry and more.

The letters CB are also used to refer to a Circuit Board, and in the case of the White's 6000 Di Pro and 5900 Di Pro series, they had advanced some of the revisions to the XB circuit board and the final version was 'CB' and that was short for Composite Board.

Anyway, sorry for the error but it's corrected and Rich savvyed it out. (Now, there's a new word to add to definitions used.)winking smiley

Monte

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Re: ToddB64, some quick replies that might be helpful.

10/28/2020 02:33PM

Hi Monte ! grinning smiley

As one version of the saying goes “The only stupid question is the one not asked.”. winking smiley

In your paragraph below, copied from your subject post, I assume the abbreviation CB 'pot' stands for Circuit Board.....Right ?


The important things to know is that the CB GB 'pot' should be adjusted for a proper or functional GB setting as described because:
A.. It is functional for BOTH the Threshold-based All Metal mode and the Silent-Search Discriminate mode.
B.. It should have a functional GB for any type of site you plan to search for peak performance and eliminate falsing.


Thanks,

Toddb64

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Subject Author Views Posted

GB'ing BandidoIIµMax and Clock Position of Dial Indicator when "drag" is felt.

ToddB64 103 September 27, 2020 08:01PM

I wouldn't worry about the friction drag on the ground balance control....

Hombre 78 October 10, 2020 10:59PM

Re: I wouldn't worry about the friction drag on the ground balance control....

ToddB64 53 October 12, 2020 04:55PM

ToddB64, some quick replies that might be helpful.

Monte 82 September 28, 2020 11:05AM

Re: ToddB64, some quick replies that might be helpful.

ToddB64 42 October 28, 2020 05:03PM

ToddB64, age and tiredness maybe? Or a simple typo.

Monte 30 October 29, 2020 09:23AM

Re: ToddB64, age and tiredness maybe? Or a simple typo.

ToddB64 28 October 29, 2020 11:16AM

POT references -

UtahRich 46 October 28, 2020 11:49PM

Re: POT references -

ToddB64 31 October 29, 2020 01:10AM

Re: ToddB64, some quick replies that might be helpful.

ToddB64 48 September 28, 2020 01:30PM

Re: ToddB64, some quick replies that might be helpful.

GeoW 50 September 28, 2020 09:19PM

Re: ToddB64, some quick replies that might be helpful.

ToddB64 35 October 12, 2020 06:53PM

Re: GB'ing BandidoIIµMax and Clock Position of Dial Indicator when "drag" is felt.

SvenS 65 September 28, 2020 04:40AM

Re: GB'ing BandidoIIµMax and Clock Position of Dial Indicator when "drag" is felt.

ToddB64 33 October 12, 2020 05:33PM



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